Local law enforcement, fire agencies help lighten load in Ventura County massacre, wildfires

By Scott Schwebke

Exhausted and a bit overwhelmed, Ventura County Fire Department Capt. Stan Ziegler said his spirits were lifted Friday as he drove through Thousand Oaks.

Ziegler, who had been operating on only six hours of sleep since Wednesday night’s deadly mass shooting at the Borderline Bar and Grill and the subsequent Hill and Woolsey wildfires that broke out Thursday, spotted a San Diego emergency vehicle rolling by.

He felt immediate gratification and relief.

“It’s like when you have a big brother who you want to do something for you,” said Ziegler, a spokesman for the Ventura County Fire Department. “We have brothers and sisters [READ MORE HERE]

Source: OC Register

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